|Chinatown (Videoblogging Week 2006: Day One) - Ryan Kawailani Ozawa|
A noontime snapshot of Chinatown in downtown Honolulu. Posted for Videoblogging Week 2006, Day One. While the theme is "The Year of Vlogging Dangerously," the most dangerous this vlog will get is probably in the introduction to this video, as I stand in the middle of Hotel Street. (Notice how I spin to eye an approaching bus.) Hey, for a geek like me, being outdoors qualifies as pushing my limits. Music is "Night or Day" from Waiting for Dawn by Memories of Tomorrow (Magnatune).
Keywords: hawaii; vlog; videoblog; video podcast; videobloggingweek2006; chinatown; downtown
|ATDS TO Edition: Rosewood Dim Sum|
Join Jon and John as they check out this newly opened dim sum joint and discover quite possibly the best dim sum in Toronto's Chinatown
Keywords: dim sum; dumplings; asian; food; chinese; cuisine; toronto; chinatown; restaurant; review
|A Look At Chinese New Year in NYC - BreakThruRadioTV [ep13]|
The last bits of confetti from the Lunar New Year celebration have fallen and the Year of the Dragon is now in full swing. BreakThruRadioTV’s Lauren Hawker heads downtown to explore New York City’s Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), and interviews Assistant Curator Ryan Wong about the festivities, as well as the surrounding Chinatown neighborhood’s history and ever-changing face. /// Official website for MOCA: http://mocanyc.org
Keywords: news&information; chinese new year; lunar new year; year of the dragon; breakthru radio; btr; breakthruradio tv; museum of chinese in america; moca; ryan wong; chinatown; chinatown neighborhood; dumplings; noodles; canal street; new york city; nyc; lauren hawker; jack tchen
|Beach Walk #382 - Embracing the Foreign in Chinatown|
Off to Chinatown for dinner, and a discussion about embracing things different and foreign.It boils down to feeling safe and secure on the inside. With that in place, trying on new people, places, and things becomes fun and curious. It's so easy to stop at the first reaction to something different, which is often a negative judgment. I like the phrase, curious rather than critical. And the food at Little Village Restaurant is too good to pass up!For more proof, watch Toby Bloomberg's "cat and do...
Keywords: food&leisure; foreign; chinatown; hawaii; dog; vlog; video; stressless; podcast; walk; beach; roxanne darling; lexi; kaimoku; travel
|Unlimited SMS & Google Voice with TextNow for the iPhone - AppJudgment|
With so many free texting apps available at the App Store, why has TextNow risen to the top? It's not free and you can't text in groups, but it does have one serious advantage: Google Voice Integration!
Keywords: technology; appjudgment; text; now; iphone; texting; app; annie; gaus; unlimited; google; voice; on; grand; theft; auto; chinatown; wars; gta; game; eileen; rivera
|"Escapism" by Alcoholic Faith Mission - BTR Hear & There [ep18]|
Denmark band Alcoholic Faith Mission perform "Escapism" at the Mahayana Buddhist Temple in Chinatown, New York City. /// Members of Danish sextet Alcoholic Faith Mission have lived in Brooklyn and traveled throughout Europe and Canada. The band recently recently turned heads at SXSW and the Canadian Music Week festival in Toronto — The Toronto Star noted the band "was a real discovery." Their folk-pop music, chorale-like in its harmonies, seemed to fit perfectly in the Mahayana Buddhist Temple...
Keywords: music; live; indie; rock; music; sextet; escapism; alcoholic faith mission; chinatown; ny; nyc; new york; btrtv; breathru radio; hear and there
|Which NYC Neighborhood Has The Best Food? - BTR Pulse [ep59]|
From Italian dishes to hot noodle soups, New York City's neighborhoods — such as Chelsea, Tribeca, Chinatown and the East Village — have an endless breadth of food options and cuisines. On this episode of BTR Pulse, host Lauren Hawker asks folks where they go for the city's best grub. /// Featured song: “Golden Years” by Casiokids
Keywords: news&information; nyc food; nyc neighborhoods; btr pulse; breakthru radio; btr; lauren hawker; jess westberg; nyc best food; nyc best restaurant; chinatown; tribeca; chelsea; flatiron; west village; east village; nyc; indian food; little india; italian food; nyc restaurant week; restaurant we